This Blender image from the latest issue 3D World is reader art at its best! It’s colourful and full of life!
Illustration studio Fescher Neoilustração explains how it created this motley pack of rats for a pest control advert
Rob Redman delves into Ben Simonds’ asset creation-focused guide to Blender
3D World reader Lucas Falcão presents Violet, which he made using Blender and Photoshop
Add splashing liquids to your scene with Phil Nolan’s in-depth guide to creating realistic fluid simulations
With a client list that includes MTV, BBC, National Library of Wales, Sony Playstation, Microsoft, Nicklelodean, Penguin Books and Channel 4, we knew Jonathon Ball of Poked Studio in Cardiff must be doing a lot right, so we tracked him down to pick his brain
Contents for the latest issue of 3D World. Free iClone software and Digital-Tutors video training! Tutorials on Maya character design, Blender fluid sims and creature art, including 9 hours of video tips. Plus, Weta Digital reveals all about its Gollum update for the new Hobbit movie
Previous Blender Institute movies have enthralled us with their excellent visuals and clever narratives. Its latest offering, Tears of Steel, doesn’t disappoint
Contents for the latest issue of 3D World. Create breath-taking sci-fi scenes; focus on game development; motion tips; sculpting masterclass; behind the scenes on Tears of Steel. View over 90 minutes of sample videos here!
Fluid simulations used to be purely scientific, but 3D artists can now use them too. Mike Griggs explores how
Our exclusive Blender tutorial in the latest issue of 3D World includes 21 hours of video and in-depth instruction on how to build a post-apocalyptic vehicle. Find out more and watch the first 50 minutes for free!
Meet IT engineer graduate and 3D artist Tamás Török and find out how he created Legacy using Blender and Gimp, which features in the Portfolio section of the new issue of 3D World
With its short live-action film Tears of Steel, the Blender Foundation is back showing what VFX the open source software is capable of. Watch the trailer here…
Not all cars drive on tarmac. Mike Griggs demonstrates how to create a realistically rough terrain for rallying
Here’s a selection of the best 3D renders created using a variety of software including 3ds Max, Cimena 4D, V-Ray, Photoshop, modo, Nuke, Mudbox, Maya, mental ray and ZBrush. Find out how the 3D artists created these awesome 3D images